4 Fast Facts For Titan Transline Truckers

If you are considering getting a trucking career at Titan Transline or in any trucking company of your choice, it would be best to know some information to help you with your decision-making. Here are some ideas:

  1. Truckers have the choice to start their day early, which means driving before daylight to get to their target destination earlier or they can also opt to work through the night to avoid traffic and for faster mobility. However, there are companies that determine what time they are going to dispatch the trucker and it all depends on some factors, such as the destination, the number of available drivers and the degree of road difficulty. The weather condition is also another point of consideration.
  2. Some companies pay their truckers on an hourly basis. There are truckers who are required to work for 70 hours in a week followed by a 36-hour off-duty. There are also those who are paid by the mile they have driven, while there are those who are paid when they deliver items. It actually varies from one company, such as Titan Transline, to another. Ask the company upfront before you decide to take on with the job.
  3. Trucking and working on the road can be quite challenging especially if you are a sociable person. Trucking means you would most likely be alone on the road for extended number of hours, although there are cases when you will be driving with a companion. The good thing though is that, there are several ways to remain entertained even when you are on your own. You can take along portable DVD player, game console, e-reader, or read magazines and newspapers when resting. You can also play your songs on a music player while on the road.
  4. Trucking can be an exhilarating job. Imagine taking in the country view and enjoying days or hours of solitude. You can be alone with your thoughts and you can have plenty of time to think about things that matter to you. In the end, driving for a company such as Titan Transline has its pros and cons. It’s up to you to consider both sides.

 

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